SARS in China

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Commentator Jay Dunn, a photojournalist living in China, describes the state of the country, struggling to combat the SARS epidemic. Dunn says primary and middle schools have been dismissed in his home of Tiayuan, and some universities have locked students in, in order to reduce the spread of the disease.

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